midcenturymodernfreak:

Art by Guillaume Alby (better known by his artist name Remed)

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blaqueviolet:

leonardotaiwo:

Leonardo Taiwo @ d1Models

IG / Leonardo Taiwo

Perfection.

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itsbollywood:

Chitrangada Singh

want to try these for realistic pencil drawing practice later

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fucktonofanatomyreferencesreborn:

A wonderous fuck-ton of human hand references.

[From various sources]

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diananock:

ailea:

vanoty:

For Windows.

My friends and I occasionally have this problem so I’ve taught them this simple method that takes less than a minute as opposed to waiting several for your computer to restart(especially if it’s slow).

What’s great about this method is that sometimes restarting your computer wont fix the problem, but this usually will.

MAKE SURE YOU CLOSE ALL YOUR ART APPS.

This is important, otherwise the changes wont take effect. If it doesn’t work the first time, try again, sometimes it takes restarting it more than once.

For Windows 8, search for “services.msc” in your apps and click on the result. Continue from there!

Now go draw, babies!

Very helpful! This works whenever my tablet is having any problems at all. It’s very simple and very effective!

This is a useful tip a friend taught me, so I thought I might as well spread the good word.

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beardedprinces:

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carlaspeedmcneil:

More of the lovely and talented Dinah Might, mascot of SMUT PEDDLER, crazy money-making juggernaut currently funding on Kickstarter!
Dinah is fun to draw, and now I can’t get the I DREAM OF JEANNIE them out of my head. Doodt doo doo do DOO-doot, doot-doot-de doo-doot….

carlaspeedmcneil:

More of the lovely and talented Dinah Might, mascot of SMUT PEDDLER, crazy money-making juggernaut currently funding on Kickstarter!

Dinah is fun to draw, and now I can’t get the I DREAM OF JEANNIE them out of my head. Doodt doo doo do DOO-doot, doot-doot-de doo-doot….

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kdhart:

summerscourtney:

One of the first things I did when stuff started falling into place with my writing career was talk about it with people like it was all this questionable accident.  “Yeah, I wrote a book and it’s being published,” I’d say, like it was nothing—not like it was easy, but like it was literally nothing.  It was amazing how quickly I was willing to let go of the hard work and sacrifices I’d made in hopes the thing I wanted to happen would.  When it did, I did not want anyone to be uncomfortable or, God forbid, like me less for my accomplishments.  Before I gave anyone a chance to be proud of me, to celebrate with me, I wanted them to know I was so sorry first. 
Eventually a friend emailed me and told me I could work that angle less and when she did, I realized how truly scared I was of claiming my part in what I made happen for me.  It’s so sad so many of the accomplished, hardworking women I know struggle with owning their success. How immediately they will tear themselves out of that part of the picture because it just doesn’t look as nice with them in it.
Anyway, what I’m trying to say here is: that’s enough of that.  Let’s stop.

already reblogged this on ya highway but putting it here too b/c a) important and 2) courtney is the best.

kdhart:

summerscourtney:

One of the first things I did when stuff started falling into place with my writing career was talk about it with people like it was all this questionable accident.  “Yeah, I wrote a book and it’s being published,” I’d say, like it was nothing—not like it was easy, but like it was literally nothing.  It was amazing how quickly I was willing to let go of the hard work and sacrifices I’d made in hopes the thing I wanted to happen would.  When it did, I did not want anyone to be uncomfortable or, God forbid, like me less for my accomplishments.  Before I gave anyone a chance to be proud of me, to celebrate with me, I wanted them to know I was so sorry first. 

Eventually a friend emailed me and told me I could work that angle less and when she did, I realized how truly scared I was of claiming my part in what I made happen for me.  It’s so sad so many of the accomplished, hardworking women I know struggle with owning their success. How immediately they will tear themselves out of that part of the picture because it just doesn’t look as nice with them in it.

Anyway, what I’m trying to say here is: that’s enough of that.  Let’s stop.

already reblogged this on ya highway but putting it here too b/c a) important and 2) courtney is the best.

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